SECOND BULLETIN

1. Place and Date.

The "International Workshop on e+e- collisions from phi to psi" (PHIPSI13), is organized by the Physics Department of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and by INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare).
It will take place in Rome from Monday, September 9 to Thursday, September 12, 2013. This is the nineth workshop of the series, started in Novosibirsk in 1999 and continued at SLAC (2001), Pisa (2003), Novosibirsk(2006), Frascati (2008), Beijing (2009), and Novosibirsk (2011).
The aim of the Workshop is to discuss in detail the state of the art of various problems in hadronic physics at low energy e+e- colliders and the potential of existing and future facilities.

2. International Advisory Committee

3. Local Organizing Committee

4. Secretariat

5. Preliminary schedule of the workshop

http://www.roma1.infn.it/phipsi13/timetable.html

Monday, September 9

8:30 - 9:00 Registration
9:00 - 9:10 Welcome 0h10'
9:10 -10:30 Plenary Session 1h20'
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 13:00 Plenary Session 2h00'
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:45 Plenary Session 1h45'
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 – 18:15 Plenary Session 2h00'
19:00 - 20:30 Welcome Reception


Tuesday, September 10

9:00 - 10:40 Plenary Session 1h40'
10:40 - 11:10 Coffee break
11:10 - 13:10 Plenary Session 2h00'
13:10 - 14:10 Lunch
14:10 – 16:30 Poster Session
16:30 - 20:00 Excursion: Private visit to Sistine Chapel and
Vatican Museum


Wednesday, September 11

9:00 - 10:20 Plenary Session 1h20'
10:20 – 10:50 Coffee break
10:50 - 13:10 Plenary Session 2h20'
13:10 - 14:10 Lunch
14:10 - 16:10 Plenary Session 2h00'
16:10 - 16:40 Coffee break
16:40 – 19:00 Plenary Session 2h20'
20:30 - 22:30 Workshop Dinner


Thursday, September 12

9:00 - 10:40 Plenary Session 1h40'
10:40 - 11:10 Coffee break
11:10 - 13:10 Plenary Session 2h00'
13:10 - 14:10 Lunch
14:10 - 15:50 Plenary Session 1h40'
15:50 - 16:20 Coffee break
16:20 – 17:40 Plenary Session 1h20'
17:40 - 18:00 Closing


6. Preliminary scientific Program

I. Measurement and theoretical evaluation of g-2

  1. Progress on the new g-2 experiment at FNAL –TBA
  2. Status and prospects of the muon g-2 experiment at JPARC – K. Ishida
  3. Status of SM calculation of lepton g-2 - M.Knecht
  4. Hadronic vacuum polarisation in g-2 and alpha_QED - T. Teubner - TBC
  5. Improved estimate for the muon g-2 using VMD constraints - M. Benayoun
  6. Towards analytic four-loop corrections to the anomalous magnetic moment of leptons– M. Steinhauser
  7. Hadronic vacuum polarization contribution to g-2 from the lattice – M. Golterman
  8. The electroweak contributions to (g-2)μ after the Higgs boson mass measurement - D. Stoeckinger
  9. Virtual photon-photon scattering and LbL – M. Hoferichter
  10. Unified dispersive approach to gamma* -> gamma pi pi and gamma gamma -> pi pi at low energy – B. Moussallam
  11. The light-by-light contribution to the muon (g-2) within nonlocal chiral quark model - A. Radzhabov – TBC
  12. Rho-gamma mixing and e+e− vs. τ spectral functions – F. Jegerlehner – TBC

II. R-Measurement

  1. Hadronic cross sections measurement at CMD3 – I.Logashenko
  2. Hadronic cross sections measurement at SND -T.Dimova
  3. Hadronic cross sections measurement at BaBar –TBA
  4. Hadronic cross sections measurement at KLOE – TBA
  5. Selected implications of an R-scan between 3GeV and 4.5GeV for charm physics - J. Kuehn -TBC
  6. e+e- hadron production cross section at BELLE – J. Crnkovic
  7. Hadronic cross sections measurement at BesIII - B. Kloss
  8. R measurements at KEDR – TBA
  9. Pion form factor and reactions $e^+e^-\to\omega\pi^0$ and $e^+e^-\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^+pi^- at energies up to 2-3 GeV in the many-channel approach A. Kozhevnikov - TBC

III. Monte Carlo Generators and Radiative Corrections

  1. Status of Monte Carlo generators for Energy scan and ISR - H. Czyz
  2. Status of Monte Carlo generators for gamma-gamma physics – S. Ivashyn TBC
  3. Final state Coulomb interaction and asymmetry of pair production close to the threshold in $e^+e^-$ annihilation - V. Dmitriev

IV. Light and Heavy Meson Spectroscopy

  1. Light meson spectroscopy @ KLOE/KLOE-2 –TBA
  2. Light meson spectroscopy and gamma-gamma physics @ BESIII - X.Y.Song
  3. Light meson spectroscopy @ WASA-AT-COSY - L. Heijkenskjöld
  4. Light meson spectroscopy @ CLAS – D.Watts
  5. Light scalars from semileptonic decays of heavy quarkonia - N.N.Achasov
  6. Charmonium(-like) spectroscopy and decays from BESIII – L.Yan
  7. Parameters of Charmonium states from KEDR –E.Baldin
  8. Exotic spectroscopy at B-Factories: - A. Bondar
  9. Heavy quarks spectroscopy at LHCb - S. Eidelman
  10. Theoretical status of exotic spectroscopy – T.Mehen

V. gamma-gamma physics

  1. gamma-gamma physics @ KLOE/KLOE-2 –TBA
  2. gamma-gamma physics @ BELLE - S. Uehara
  3. eta/pi0 gammagamma width @ PRIMEX -TBA
  4. The anomalous process gamma pi --> pi pi and its impact on the pi^0 transition form factor - B. Kubis
  5. η and η′ transition form factors from rational approximants - R. Escribano

VI. Flavour physics

  1. K→πππ at KLOE - TBA
  2. abstract from NA48/62 - TBA
  3. abstract from NA48/62 -TBA
  4. Charm physics with D and Ds at BESIII - G. Zhao
  5. Charm mixing/CPV and decays @ B-Factories – TBA
  6. Charm mixing, CPV and rare decays at LHCb - M. Alexander
  7. Charm physics at HERA - M. Corradi

VII. Baryon Form Factors

  1. Theoretical (+experimental) review - S.Pacetti
  2. Results and perspectives from SND and CMD3 – S.Serednyakov
  3. Babar results - TBA
  4. Baryon f.f. at BESIII - Y. Wang
  5. Baryon form factors program at Jlab – B.Wojtsekhowski
  6. Radiative corrections to FF related processes: pbar+p_>e+e-, e+-e-->pbar+p, V. Bytev - TBC

VIII. Tau-lepton physics

  1. Precision measurement of the tau mass at BESIII - X.H.Mo
  2. Recent tau results from BELLE – S. Eidelman
  3. Recent tau results from BABAR – TBA
  4. Lattice Input on the V_us from inclusive hadronic tau decay data - K. Maltman
  5. Low-energy constants and condensates from the V-A spectrum - S. Peris - TBC
  6. Alpha_s from tau decays: perturbative expansion of spectral function moments - Boito

IX. Symmetries

  1. MEG results and prospects - TBA
  2. LFV besides the present results –TBC
  3. Overview of search for dark forces – TBC
  4. Recent KLOE results on the search for dark forces –TBA
  5. Lepton mixing under the lepton charge non conservation, neutrino masses and oscillations and the “forbidden” decay μ – → e – + γ V.Lyuboshitz - TBC
  6. New results in rare allowed muon and pion decays - D. Pocanic
  7. Overview of CPT, T and Lorentz invariance tests at e+e- colliders – TBC
  8. Recent KLOE results on Lorentz invariance -TBA
  9. Status and prospects of the muonium experiment at J-PARC - H. A. Torii
  10. Measurement of the ratio of charged kaon leptonic decay rates - NA48 - TBA

X. Machine and detectors

  1. Overview prospects at BINP – I.Koop
  2. Chinese Super tau-charm factory – Z.G.Zhao
  3. INFN tau-charm factory –TBA
  4. Status of SuperKEKb and Belle II - B. Shwartz
  5. The IRIDE project – M.Ferrario
  6. Low-energy electron physics at MAMI – A. Denig
  7. Overview prospects at JLAB, Hall-B and D – S. Fegan

7. Social Events

8. Workshop Site

The Workshop will be held in the Marconi building of the Physics Department of the Sapienza University of Rome. All information can be accessed online through the web page:

http://www.roma1.infn.it/phipsi13/

A valid passport is required for entry in Italy from outside of the european Schengen area. Participants from some countries will also need a visa. Please see
http://www.esteri.it/visti/index_eng.asp for details.

9. Registration and Accommodation

People willing to participate should carefully fill in the Registration Form on the web page of the workshop (http://www.roma1.infn.it/phipsi13/registration.html) not later than July 31, 2013.


10. Workshop Fee

Early payment fee: 400 Euro (until July 20, 2013)
Late payment fee: 450 Euro (after July 20, 2013)
The registration fee includes proceedings, lunches, coffee breaks and social events.
Accompaying people will have to pay 90 euros for the Visit to Cappella Sistina and 60 euros to participate at the social dinner.
For INFN participants (personnel or associates): payment will be directly managed by your INFN structure, please select your structure in the registration form, no need to make direct payment.

For others participants (non INFN): there are two options to pay the fee:

1) by bank transfer (bonifico bancario): on the following INFN bank account:
Bank name: UNICREDIT S.p.A.
Bank adress: Via Enrico Fermi, 40 - 00044 – Frascati (RM)
IBAN: IT 66 P 02008 39105 000102577639
SWIFT: UNCRITM1385
The bank transfer charges are at your expense.

IMPORTANT: send a copy of your payment to phipsi13@roma1.infn.it

2) cash directly at the registration in Rome the first day of the conference.

11. Proceedings

The Proceedings of the Workshop will be published on-line by the Open Access Journal “International Journal of Modern Physics: Conference Series” (IJMPCS) All contributing authors will be asked to prepare a paper to be included in the proceedings and submit it within the deadline of November 30, 2013. More information can be found on the web page of the Workshop.

12. Internet Connection

A wifi connection will be available for participants. In order to access it, participants must authenticate with a username and a password. Non-INFN participants must provide a copy of a valid identification document (passport or identity card) in electronic format (.jpeg only). This should be done in advance through the conference registration form (http://www.roma1.infn.it/phipsi13/internet-connection.html).

13. Contact

If you have any questions or comments, please send an e-mail message to the following address: phipsi13@roma1.infn.it

13. Important dates

14. Satellite meeting

A Satellite Meeting will be held at Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (LNF) on Friday and Saturday , September 13 and 14, by the Radio MonteCarLow Working Group (http://www.lnf.infn.it/wg/sighad/). The meeting will start on Friday in the morning and finish on Saturday most likely after lunch.

Frascati is located 20 km south-east of Rome and about 40 km west of "Fiumicino" Airport. The Frascati National Laboratories are about 2 km from the center of Frascati
(http://www.lnf.infn.it/conference/dif06/frascatimap.gif).

Participants can reach LNF Frascati by train from "Roma Termini" Station: take the train Roma-Cassino (FM6) and get off at "Tor Vergata" (second stop, close to LNF) . The journey takes about 20 minutes. The LNF are at 150 mt up hill on E. Fermi Street. Tickets are available at tobacconist's shops and newspapers kiosk and cost 1,50 Euro.

Registration to the meeting is available at:
https://agenda.infn.it/confRegistrationFormDisplay.py/display?confId=6618

We would like to encourage the participants of the PHIPSI13 workshop to extend their stay and to attend also this meeting. If you have questions concerning the Satellite Meeting, please contact Mrs. Rita Bertelli: e-mail: rita.bertelli@lnf.infn.it

More information will be soon available at the web page of the meeting: https://agenda.infn.it/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=6618

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